"If you have one elbow out, if your hands are late, anything like that, you're gonna get beat quickly.
I mean you get beat in college by players if you have bad technique, but in the NFL, they're gonna expose you like that," the former Hawkeyes offensive lineman said.
ESPN analyst and former Hawkeye Matt Bowen says the Daniels' upside and versatility make him attractive to NFL teams.
"He got the length to play guard, the footwork, the movement skills...
He says Daniels' cerebral play is a big reason he's talked about as the draft's best prospect at center.